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6 mos ago
Current Loads of free time needing to be filled with RPs.
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12 mos ago
Back to full time writing. Who wants to play?
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4 yrs ago
I work in an ER so....I'm a bit chaotic rn, but hang with me. I'll be back to full time, promise :)
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4 yrs ago
Eyyyy I'm backkkk
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6 yrs ago
I wanna play, play, play...
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I have been role playing for a good fifteen or so years, and am very open to everything. 1x1, casual, advanced. I usually don't make the posts, but I am very active in them. Role playing is my outlet.

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Sure, I'm in. Give me a bit to write.
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D E L A N E Y B A R L O W E
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Good. At least somebody knew something about this yacht. Yet, how were they going to get there through this mob? She had already used one heel and lost the other. The only item in her hands were the keys to the office. What the hell was she going to do with a set of keys? Soon the woman with the tiki torch took the lead and the group walked steadily after her. Delaney cringed at everything happening around her. The scent of blood and death was already filling the air. Thankfully they were smells that the woman was very used to. Didn't mean it didn't reek, either.

She held on tight to Rhys' hand as they continued to move along to an elevator. Finally they found one, but it was occupied. The sight of the person's entrails on the elevator floor made the bile rise up in her throat. She pushed it back down and looked over at the Asian woman as she yelled out for help. Delaney's eyes widened. What in the hell could she do? She could shove a key into one of their heads, but it wouldn't pierce through the skull and just put herself in harm's way. So she was pretty much useless in all this. Her thoughts were interrupted when her partner let go of her hand to fight two zombies. Delaney's eyes widened as she watched him. Yep, she was going to keep this one.

Letting out a breath, she looked over to the last walker that was being held back by the tiki torch. She wished she had another high heel. Delaney looked between the woman and Rhys, unsure of what to do. Why hadn't she taken her shoe back from the zombie? She moved back to get out of the way of everyone fighting when her bare feet slipped on some blood, causing her to fall back on the ground. Delaney fell hard on her rear and she hissed out in pain, the keys flying out of her hand. She swore under her breath as her eyes followed the keys. They landed on the other side of the pool, just out of reach of the elevators. "I lost the keys!"
@Red Wizard Any words on mine?
@Red wizard
Interested
Consider me interested
Could be interested
Think this is meant to go in the 1x1 Roleplay area, unless you're looking for several people to join your world.
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She didn't know what to do or where to go, but she had keys in hand that hopefully would lead them somewhere. Her eyes went to the Asian woman and watched as she pulled a tiki torch out of the ground before spinning it in hand. Delaney blinked at that action before letting out a breath. Maybe the woman had some kind of fighting experience? That would help to keep the zombies- damn, she still couldn't believe she was using that word- away from all of them. The other woman at the bar seemed to have a chair leg in her hand to also defend herself with. Did Delaney have anything she could use to fight anything off? Well. She had a well toned, physically able man in one hand and keys in the other. Hopefully the man would protect her. Her nose scrunched at the thought of having someone else fight her battles, but right now was not the time to deny any help at all.

Soon the woman with the chair leg stated she knew where the staff rooms were. Good. They needed someone in their group who actually knew the ship. Delaney hadn't paid that much attention to anything around her as she was just enjoying her vacation. If she ever got back home, she was going to stay there. There was no way in hell she was getting on a boat again, either. Her eyes went to the edge of the ship and noticed they were in the middle of nowhere. There was no land in sight. Her chest constricted and she shook her head. There was definitely no way she was going to put herself in this position again. No way in hell. She would stay on dry land from now on.

Suddenly she was pulled closer to Rhys and her free hand went to his body, the keys and her fingers splayed out on his toned stomach. Delaney blinked and lowered her hand. Damn. If they survived this, she was absolutely getting this man's number. Not only was he doing everything in his power to keep her safe, but he had actually saved her life with that woman. That one hundred percent deserved a phone number exchange. Her eyes blinked when she realized she was focusing on the man instead of the peril that was surrounding them. Maybe her brain was trying to protect itself by diverting its attention somewhere else? She wasn't sure, but she knew they had to get out of where they were. They needed to get somewhere they could hide until all of this was over.

If it ever would be.

She huffed out a breath and lowered her hand from the man's stomach, albeit regrettably. "Alright, let's go. We'll be better if we stay as a group."
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